Pizzazz Pottery at new location

P izzazz Pottery is now at its new location on Route 4A east in Fair Haven. Studio renovations are now complete. Owner Caren Helm has been busy gearing up for fall and is in full swing for the holiday season. She invites all to the Fall Holiday Show Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Holiday Inn in Rutland, the Holiday Craft Fair on Nov. 21 at the Fair Haven American Legion, the Holiday Fair on Nov. 26 and 27 at Poultney High School, and the Christmas Show at the Holiday Inn in Rutland on Dec. 11.

If you are shopping for that unique wonderful gift, these shows are a great place to start! Buying local supports the economy and the Vermont Farmer’s Market. You may even get a peek at Caren’s newest wine goblet design of which she has teamed up with a local woodworker to provide the stem to go perfect with her wine chiller crock!

Look for retail space opening soon and ask her about adult pottery classes!

Call 265-2149 or stop by for a visit, 645 Route 4A East, Fair Haven; look for the silo!

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